A. Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
a) BA Philosophy and
b) BA Religious Studies: Because of the dire need for teachers in the domains of philosophy and religious studies, graduates of these three year programmes will easily find job opportunities in teaching and Advisory/Consultancy services.
Holders of at least 2 GCE A’L, including religious studies.
B. Department of Social Work
BSc Social Work: This programme prepares young holders of GCE A/Level for various job opportunities in national and international social welfare institutions. The needs are vast and varied.
C. Department of Clinical Counselling
MSc Clinical Counseling: This programme prepares first degree holders for an MSc with various job opportunities in national and international health institutions. The needs are vast and varied.
D. Other Master Programmes
i. MSc in Social Work
ii. MSc in Educational Planning and Policy Analysis
iii. MSc in Development Studies
iv. MSc Demography and Development
v. MBA in Business Entrepreneurship
Graduates from i - v above will be involved in various aspects of private and public welfare development process bureaus; offices for economic analysis, planning and development, health, administration, employment, social insurance, public administration, teaching, research, consultancy, population and gender policy.
Holders of Bachelor degrees in humanities and Social Sciences are eligible for enrolment in these postgraduate courses.